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E believes comes not from our physical location but the ability to belong in the present moment without worrying about yesterday's regrets or tomorrow's to do list Nichtern provides the tools needed to reach this awakeningOnce we feel relaxed and comfortable in our own skin our lives improve We become less anxious uncertain and. Ethan Nichtern has written a wonderful book that will greatly appeal to anyone interested in the increasingly popular exploration of mindfuln

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The Road Home

'An invitation to a sane life' Jack KornfieldDo you feel at home Are you comfortable in your own skin Do you have a sense of belongingIn this book senior Buddhist teacher Ethan Nichtern addresses these uestions and guides us on the path we all take to find out who we really are and where we really belong Feeling truly at home h. More of the same Buddhist content but watered down Buddhism lite for millennials At least the author references the masters He can practice B

Ethan Nichtern ☆ 9 review

Stressed about the future; we become able to listen to be compassionate and engage in meaningful relationships and activities We can all achieve this if only we can feel at home with ourselves and others This book is not about navel gazing or escapism instead it is a map to use in everyday life one that ultimately leads you ho. Clear and concise full of humorous and touching vignettes A broad yet highly accessible overview of the Buddhist teachings and how to apply t


10 thoughts on “The Road Home

  1. says:

    Because my Buddhism includes the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man Jedis and unicorns

  2. says:

    An accessible clear funny and intelligent introduction to some of the key concepts in Buddhism The book blends traditional Buddhist thought with modern day neuroscience ethics and social justice concepts to really contextualise ancie

  3. says:

    More of the same Buddhist content but watered down Buddhism lite for millennials At least the author references the masters He can practice Buddhism his own way but whatever he believes he is inconseuential and wrong it is in fact a religion This book represents true western spiritual materialism to claim a cu

  4. says:

    Ethan has done it again A wonderful read The book takes you on a contemporary journey through Buddhist concepts meditation options and ways to find balance sanity homeostasis and value in one's life The book reflects Ethan's own personal style kind compassionate accessible knowledgeable insightful and skillful Bringing to light the importance of personal responsibility and interdependence along with embracing the world as part of our pract

  5. says:

    Ethan Nichtern has written a wonderful book that will greatly appeal to anyone interested in the increasingly popular exploration of mindfulness meditation and Buddhist philosophy and psychology He strikes just the right balance of practicality and scholarship Nichtern's chapter called Religion Secularism and a Sacred Pat

  6. says:

    If you’re curious about Buddhism and meditation but find the language of spiritual books too woo woo or impenetrable this book is for you In this smart funny and very accessible guide to contemporary Buddhism Ethan Nichtern breaks down Buddhist concepts like karma and The Four Noble Truths in clear contemporary language—and with a few Star Wars images More important he offers a helpful guide to anyone who is feeling

  7. says:

    LOVED this book If you have even a passing interesting interest in mindfulness or meditation and how these map ont

  8. says:

    This is a very good primer on meditation and the Shambhala Buddhist tradition I found the central metaphor of how to rest in the gap

  9. says:

    Clear and concise full of humorous and touching vignettes A broad yet highly accessible overview of the Buddhist

  10. says:

    Some interesting and valuable points; however the breakdownstructure and long winded sentence fillers made it very difficult to follow for lo